Sharing Hope SC strives to raise public awareness about the tremendous need for more organ and tissue donors. With the assistance of our dedicated staff and volunteers throughout the state, we participate in health fairs, athletic events, civic meetings, and events at other educational venues.
To get involved, check out our volunteer information or learn more about the upcoming events below.
Proceeds from Sharing Hope SC events help:
- fund awareness activities about the need for more organ and tissue donors
- promote the South Carolina Organ and Tissue Donor Registry
- support commemorative programs for families of donors who have given the gift of life
To become a sponsor for any Sharing Hope SC event, please contact Shirley McAdams at: McAdamsS@SharingHopeSC.org or 800-462-0755.
National Donate Life Month (NDLM) was instituted by Donate Life America and its partnering organizations in 2003. Celebrated in April each year, NDLM features an entire month of local, regional and national activities to help encourage Americans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors and to celebrate those that have saved lives through the gift of donation..
During this day, the public is encouraged to wear blue and green, hold events and fundraisers, and partner with local restaurants, malls, media, and community organizations in an effort to promote the success of organ, eye and tissue transplantation and the extreme need for registered donors.
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This event helps raise awareness about saving and improving lives through organ, eye and tissue donation and helps promote awareness of the South Carolina Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. Your participation and/or sponsorship will help us save lives and celebrate life. A large percentage of our race revenues will help send Team South Carolina to the 2018 Donate Life Transplant Games of America.
Become a Donor Today
In 30 short minutes, three people will be added to the national transplant list, where approximately 120,000 people in the U.S. and over 1,000 in South Carolina are waiting for a life-saving transplant - 22 of those people will die today before receiving one. A single donation can make an enormous difference, both to the donor’s family and the recipient.